pResident Joe Biden joked Friday about being a “very boring president” known for his sunglasses and love of chocolate ice cream.
“I’m sure you all enjoyed sitting here in the sun, but it could be worse. It could be raining. It’s a beautiful day. And as that old saying goes, ‘it’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood.’ And it’s beautiful. Excuse me, I put on my sunglasses so I can see,” Biden told the crowd at the White House.
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BIDEN: “It’s very, very boring that after all these years in public life, you’re known for two things: Ray-Ban sunglasses and chocolate ice cream. Very boring president.” pic.twitter.com/6zqUJWTmTv
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The president continued: “As I said to my distinguished friend from Massachusetts, a good friend, Senator Markey, it’s very, very boring when after all these years in public life, you’re known for two things: Ray-Ban . sunglasses and chocolate ice cream. Very boring president.”
Crowds gathered in the White House Rose Garden to watch him sign an executive order directing all federal agencies to make it their “mission” to work for “environmental justice for all.” His order creates a White House Office of Environmental Justice to “better protect communities overburdened from pollution and environmental damage” and states that “racism is a fundamental driver of environmental injustice.”
Biden came under fire last month when he spent several minutes joking about ice cream at a White House event in his first public appearance since the deadly shooting in Nashville at a Christian school.
“I eat Jeni’s ice cream — chocolate chip. I went down because I heard there was chocolate ice cream,” Biden said in his first comments after the shooting.
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Biden’s Ray-Ban aviator sunglasses have been a mainstay of his attire.
He is expected to make a 2024 presidential announcement next week while under scrutiny for son Hunter Biden’s laptop investigation, new reports about an IRS whistleblower alleging “preferential treatment” for to the Biden family, congressional investigations into the finances of the new Biden family. members, and a new inspector general’s report on the aftermath of the president’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan.